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impossibility

[ im-pos-uh-bil-i-tee, im-pos- ]
/ 瑟m藢p蓲s 蓹藞b瑟l 瑟 ti, 藢瑟m p蓲s- /
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noun, plural im路pos路si路bil路i路ties for 2.
condition or quality of being impossible.
something impossible.
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Origin of impossibility

1350鈥1400; Middle English impossibilite<Late Latin impossibilit膩s.See im-2, possibility
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British Dictionary definitions for impossibility

impossibility
/ (瑟m藢p蓲s蓹藞b瑟l瑟t瑟, 藢瑟mp蓲s-) /

noun plural -ties
the state or quality of being impossible
something that is impossible
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